Melancholy Hyperbole

Poetry about longing.

Tag Archive for ‘Horology’


  In the horology of us Kandinsky’s Autumn in Bavaria sings at 6 o’clock: we walk idly along it, we debate composers.   3 o’clock paints that July wedding and the two slices of cake I ate. We’re making love on both hotel beds at 3:45.   That letter to Los Angeles you never received? You are not receiving it at 8:15. Instead, you’re learning to tango/I’m reading Hejinian/you’re bicycling […]

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